I work in the area of computer systems, broadly defined. This includes network, wireless networking, computer architecture as well as privacy and analysis of data sets. Previously, I have been involved in high performance computing and storage systems. I’m also interested in and publish on technology policy, particularly Internet and wireless policy.
Dept. of Computer Science
Campus Box 430
Univ. of Colorado, Boulder
Boulder, CO 80301-0430
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Google does a great job of keeping track of my publications, citations and the like.
In “How New Technologies can Turn a Spectrum Crisis Into a Spectrum Opportunity“, I describe how new cognitive networking technologies can help increase spectrum utilization, particularly when coupled with new network architectures.
In Fall 2014, I’m teaching “Data Center Scaling Computing”. The course information is hosted on our Moodle LMS.
This class focuses on the pragmatics of both “big data” and distributed application development as well as the underlying technologic and economic rational for large data-center scale systems.
The class is currently scheduled for 12:30-2:20 Tu/Th with a room TBA.
My research spans several areas in computer systems. I currently am supervising projects in these:
- Cognitive radio protocols, methods and tools
- The impact of antenna control on wireless networks and propagation
- Program analysis for performance oriented computing
- Control software for cyberphysical systems
- Compilers for heterogeneous architectures
I’ve worked with a fantastic collection of Ph.D., M.S. and undergraduate students over the years. There are too many to list on this page, but a full list of the students and their current whereabouts is listed here.